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5/12/2014 1:50 PM
 

I'm working on a page with read only view. I used the dnnModal.Show() to view detailed information. After closing the modal the page refreshes.

Is it possible to disable this feature especially in code.

 

this.btnViewDetails.NavigateUrl = Globals.NavigateURL(PortalSettings.ActiveTab.TabID, "userguide", "mid=" + ModuleId.ToString());

if (PortalSettings.EnablePopUps)

{

 var clickEvent = DotNetNuke.Common.Utilities.UrlUtils.PopUpUrl(this.btnUsersGuide.NavigateUrl, this, PortalSettings, false, false, 550, 850) + "; return false;";

 this.btnViewDetails.Attributes.Add("onclick", clickEvent);

}





 
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5/12/2014 5:53 PM
 

Hello,

Yes, actually, you're almost there. Try this:

 var clickEvent = DotNetNuke.Common.Utilities.UrlUtils.PopUpUrl(this.btnUsersGuide.NavigateUrl, this, PortalSettings, false, false, 550, 850, False, "")

The PopUpUrl function can take two additional parameters - refresh and closingUrl - the "Refresh" parameter does what you're looking for.

Hope this helps,

Mike


 
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5/12/2014 7:27 PM
 
Thanks Mike, it works perfectly.
 
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